The Villa Rotunda by Italian Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio

Villa Capra ("La Rotunda"), Veneto Italy, designed in by Andrea Palladio. A renaisance building that would have a profound influence on architecture for the next 500 years

In pictures: Andrea Palladio's life and legacy

In pictures: Andrea Palladio's life and legacy

Villa Capra "La Rotonda" is a Renaissance villa just outside Vicenza, northern Italy, designed by Andrea Palladio. The correct name is Villa Almerico-Capra.

Andrea Palladio, 1560s. Plan, elevation and details of the Round Temple (‘Temple of Vesta’) in the Forum Boarium, Rome Plan and elevation: ruler and stylus, compasses, pen and brown ink, brush and pale grey wash; details: pen and brown ink, drawn freehand; underdrawing and some calculations in black chalk or graphite; the note at the bottom of the page was added later by Palladio in a darker ink; London, RIBA Library, Drawings and Archives Collection, SC213/VIII lbr (right) Palladio…

Andrea Palladio Plan, elevation and details of the Round Temple (‘Temple of Vesta’) in the Forum Boarium, Rome mature handwriting Plan and elevation: ruler and stylus, compasses, pen and brown.

A. Palladio - Villa Capra detta La Rotonda dwg

Italian renaissance vs northern renaissance essay The Italian Renaissance vs, the Renaissance in Northern Europe The Renaissance is a time in history that is often discussed and referenced, but rarely defined.

Palladio San Giorgio Maggiore Venezia interior

Renaissance - Andrea Palladio: Basilica of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice; the construction begun in the façade was completed under the direction of Vincenzo Scamozzi between

The Morgan Library & Museum - Past Exhibitions - Palladio and His Legacy: A Transatlantic Journey

Palladio and His Legacy: A Transatlantic Journey

Drawings: Andrea Palladio, Measured drawing of the Arch of Jupiter, Ammon, Verona, ca. RIBA Library Drawings and Archives Collections.

Andrea Palladio: the 'Tempietto Barbaro' adjacent Villa Barbaro Volpi in Maser (Treviso); it was completed in 1580 the year of Palladio's death; actually, Palladio died in Maser, very likely supervising the construction of this church.

Andrea Palladio: the 'Tempietto Barbaro' adjacent Villa Barbaro Volpi in Maser (Treviso); actually, Palladio died in Maser, very likely supervising the construction of this church.

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